The Washington Post reports that colleges that are seeking a competitive edge are increasingly enlisting--and in some cases paying--student bloggers to chronicle their lives online. While the results vary from boring to interesting, the goal is to capture the attention of the so-called "MySpace generation." Schools who implement this type of program believe that it is less constricting and more believable way of providing prospective students a glimpse of campus life...


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